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Smarter Women Less Likely To Have Kids

According to new research, women who are more intelligent are less likely to want children, with researchers finding that a woman’s urge to have a baby diminished by 25 percent for every 15-point increase in her IQ. What do you think?

  • “As a strong, intelligent woman, I plan on getting pregnant tonight just to prove this offensive study wrong.”

    Starla Hurley
    Game Warden
  • “Eh, who needs their genetic advantage anyway?”

    Randy Fields
    Plasma Arc Welder
  • “I’ve never thought of my mother as a dimwit until now.”

    Seth Faustino
    Helicopter Dispatcher